Recent Acting Projects
Theatre, Voice and Screen
The Good People (Na Daoine Maithe)
The Good People (Na Daoine Maithe) is a lore-rich, choice-driven visual novel inspired by Irish mythology and Celtic folklore.
Play as an Irish tenant farmer from the mid-19th century, whose path becomes inexplicably entwined with fairy affairs after getting robbed by the roadside and lured into the mythic and war-torn world of Tír na nÓg: A once unified land, now divided into the Seelie and Unseelie Courts. Will you escape with your stolen belongings? Or does fate have something else in mind?
Méabh de Brún plays Aífe Ealabhàn, complex queen.
The Silt Verses
"Carpenter and Faulkner, two worshipers of an outlawed god, travel up the length of their deity’s great black river, searching for holy revelations amongst the reeds and the wetlands.
As their pilgrimage lengthens and the river’s mysteries deepen, the two acolytes find themselves under threat from a police manhunt, but also come into conflict with the weirder gods that have flourished in these forgotten rural territories.
This is folk horror, and fantasy, and a dark road trip into the depths of unusual faith."
Méabh de Brún plays Carpenter, false disciple.
The Secret of St. Kilda
Come smell the heather and sit by the fire. Come talk and laugh with a community of like-minded souls, all seeking salvation. Come walk the ragged cliffs, listening to the screams of gannets. Listen to the screams of something else far beneath. Come be a part of something. Come to St. Kilda.
A supernatural thriller audio drama. How far would you go to escape your demons?
Méabh de Brún plays Andromeda, definitely not a cult leader.
And Tomorrow I'll Dance With You
Staged by The New Theatre as part of their New Writing Development Week, And Tomorrow I'll Dance With You is a boisterous and poignant dark comedy, exploring sibling relationships, the magnitude of grief, and how we keep living after loss.
It’s the funeral of someone important to him, and Connor wants to practice reading the eulogy. Unfortunately, his sister has other plans. Despite being stuck in the back room of a church, loud and rambunctious Fiadh takes Connor on a blast through the past of the life they shared, from childhood forts to teenage discos. Unfortunately, struggling with anger and grief by turns, Connor is having none of it.
Méabh de Brún plays Fiadh, irreverent deceased.
"Can a renegade noblewoman, an egotistical prodigy, and a no-nonsense constable stop arguing long enough to thwart a diabolical conspiracy? From the team behind Girl in Space comes Omen, a fantasy audio drama that explores ancient ruins, sails the high seas, and questions whether friendship truly is magic."
Méabh de Brún plays Lola, fantasy pirate.
Riley & Rochelle
Riley and Rochelle is a narrative puzzle game in which you uncover the stories of two musicians, Riley Stone and Rochelle Robert. Follow their careers as they find their voices, ascend into super-stardom, then fall in love, before eventually falling apart.
It combines deductive mechanics with a rich, thoughtful story and a stunning, all original career-spanning soundtrack.
Take a deep dive into 90's nostalgia, from VH1 to VHS, while discovering the pressures of fame vs. authenticity vs. true love.
Méabh de Brún plays Niamh, determined biographer.
Eldritch House is a first-person narrative adventure that blends the supernatural and detective genres. Interrogate, examine and explore as you Investigate the disappearance of a young woman and the strange otherworldly occurrences at the remote hotel, Blake Manor. Can you unearth its secrets?
Méabh de Brún plays Caitlin Ní Mhurchú, secretive maid.
Black Mouthed Dog
The girl wasn't meant to be in the woods alone at night. She wasn’t supposed to be in the woods at all. And Maggie Bentley would soon wish she'd listened to her Granny and kept to the road instead.
Black Mouthed Dog is an Old Gods of Appalachia Patreon Exclusive storyline.
Méabh de Brún plays Granny Joan, fraught beldam.
Future Dystopian Steampunk SciFi adventures with an intrepid journalist, her aunt and a curiously attractive Media Sales Executive.
Portentous Perils is a devestatingly clever satirical steampunk romp through recent news events, classic literature and every single trope you can think of. Featuring a cast of bonkers characters with a range of loveable guest stars, Portentous Perils is there to remind us all that we haven't quite hit dystopia. Yet.
Méabh de Brún plays Hanora O'Malley, loathed co-worker.
Méabh de Brún features in Gemma Creagh's new play as part of the 2022 Ballymun Axis 'Axis Assemble' Programme.